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Dec 29, 2012 6:00pm EST
late 1970s, and that they actually came to his camp, kampelman, max kampelman and others who then served in the reagan administration. so he was--he... c-span: max kampelman was a good friend of hubert humphrey's here in town. >> guest: so--right. and so his--and so i've actually interviewed him in the past when i was just starting this project. but--so reagan would use sources from all over the place, and not just conservative sources. he does cite human events, as you notice in the book, and national review and--and those conservative publications, but other things as well, the economist, the los angeles times, of all things, but also government documents. and i think that was surprising for many who've seen the book who were even close to reagan. he--ncs 68, national security council 68, was a centerpiece document of containment for the us in the cold war, drafted by paul nitze and others at this policy planning staff in the state department to 1949 and '50 presented to president truman. it was declassified in 1975. reagan devoted two radio broadcasts to nsc 68. and i actually
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